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SOCHI, January 11, 16:19 /ITAR-TASS/. The newly built railway stations have opened ticket offices for long-distance trains. Guests of the Olympic Games will be able to use the offices at the railway stations Krasnaya Polyana, Olympiysky Park (Olympic Park) and Aeroport (Airport), press service of the North-Caucasus Railroads told Itar-Tass on Saturday.
Thus, the Games’ participants and guest will not have to go to the railway stations in Sochi or Adler (neighbouring Sochi) in order to buy tickets.
“All the special social prices and benefits will be observed there, too,” the press service said. “Tickets will be available 45 prior to the trip.”
At the new ticket offices, passengers will be able also to print out or pay for e-tickets.
Between the sports facilities in Sochi, 222 comfortable Lastochka trains have been in service. For those accredited for the Games or having a fan passport the trips by those trains will be free.